The critically and popularly loved band Fleetwood Mac formed originally in 1967.  When guitarist Peter Green formed the band, he named it after drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie, the rhythm section for their former band, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers. When they split off from Mayall, the original Fleetwood Mac was a blues-rock band.  They did well until Green bowed out due to ill health, and the band slowly evolved into the pop band regarded as a supergroup by the ‘70’s, including Fleetwood, John and Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham.  Their 1977 album Rumours became one of the best-selling records of all time, having sold over 45 million copies to date.  The album consists of eleven songs, including a number of major hits such as “Don’t Stop,” “Go Your Own Way,” “Dreams,” and “You Make Loving Fun.” The behind-the-scenes dramas between the bandmates of Fleetwood Mac could make for a good soap opera. They became so intense that, when the band broke up in the late-90’s, it seemed like they would never be able to get along long enough to spend any time together again. Fortunately, the allure of reuniting proved irresistible, and they have since returned to the concert circuit.